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Old 08-18-2003, 03:43 PM
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Question 1967 Chevy Pickup

I'm going to restore a 1967 truck that was passed down to me(freebie), but I need help finding electrical diagrams. Thw wiring is all butchered. So if any one has any info much appreciated!

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Old 08-18-2003, 03:54 PM
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If you are serious about fixing the truck up, go to www.hpbooks.com. They carry books that cover restoration of early Chevy pick ups and should have more info than you want.
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Try this... http://www.geocities.com/chevroletc1070/wiringdias.html

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A cool thanks for the responses, keep you posted on the dream machine!
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Lets see some pics of your ride. I picked up an issue of Truckin' the other day (yellow truck w/blue flames on front) and in the back of the mag they had a nice article and pics of a sweet '67. I didn't know that the '67 was the only year with a small back window. Unique to the body styles.

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Hep that's how i can tell apart from the other yrs. The small window was a standard option back then, and for an option off the lot you can choose the larger window.
After that yr they all had large windows for standard option.

I'll try to get some pics up soon. I got to check out that mag.
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Hey, Tony

Why not do a new rewiring kit and update your truck?

I bought an EZ-Wire Kit a few months ago, for only $165 (see HARNESSES : EZ21) ... I had a blast wiring my '54 Chevy pickup ... and now I have emergency flashers, backup lights, the newer-type fuses, and extra wires to do power seats, etc. -- PLUS, I have the added assurance that my truck is clean and safe in the wiring department!

Lookin' forward to seeing some pics!

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nice to see another 67 chevy pickup on this board
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Check this for a sweet ride http://www.staceydavid.com/copperhead.htm
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Sorry, that was the wrong HP books! Here is the right one. My computer was acting up and I couldn't log on to a site so I guessed at it and was wrong.

http://www.motorbooks.com/cgi-bin/We...munity=Pickups

http://www.motorbooks.com/cgi-bin/We...munity=Pickups

http://www.motorbooks.com/cgi-bin/We...munity=Pickups

Classic Motorbooks lists thousands of car books. They send out a monthly catalog which is just fun to read all by itself.
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